camping in beaskund

maximum : Altitude 14,500 ft.


solang valley camping is the best way to have the adventure in the lap of the nature. solang valley , a splendid valley between manali and Rohtang pass ,offers the view of a glacier and snow - capped peaks. A mere 13 km from manali, solang valley is famous for :- trekking, mountaineering, paregliding, skiing, camping, rafting, and many other adventure sports.


Day 1Arrival at solang

Arrival at solang and allotment of tents/rooms is done so that you can and freshen up. this will be followed by an acclimatization walk as it is vital to acclimatize the body to the altiude.

Day 2 Adventure Day

An adventure day where you will treak to Dhuni camp which lies at an altitude of 9,300 ft. the trek will take about 3-4 hours. stay overnight in tents.

Day 3 Trek to beaskhund lake

trek to beaskhund lake. this lake is said to be the source of the river beas and originates from the glacies. it is a famous and holy spot which people come from far off to visit. back to Dhundi for the night.

Day 4Trek back to solang

trek back to solang. At solang, indulge in Adventure Sports like - Paragliding, ATV Ride zobrbing ball etc.

Day 5Rock Climding

Revel in Rock Climding Rappling and River Crossing.

Day 6Excting day

A very excting day as you get to visit the extremly famous Rohtang pass. travel will be by texi. one there , participatipate in activities like sking, tube sliding, snow snow mobile etc. A fantasic exprience for snow lovers.

Day 7Departure after breakfast

After breakfast depart for manali where you can do some sightseeing etc. departure in the evening for delhi.


  • Accommodation in tents on twin n tripl sharing basis .
  • All meals brkfst lunch dinner with tea & snacks at the camp.
  • trekking.
  • Rock Climbing.
  • Rappelling.
  • Sleeping bags.
  • River Crossing .
  • group task .
  • trained guides for outdoor activities.


  • Alcoholic beverages (we do not provide any) .
  • Any transport/transfers.
  • Single Tent Supplement.
  • Any other item not mentioned in package inclusion.